mobile robot

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mobile robot

[′mō·bəl ′rō‚bät]
(control systems)
A robot mounted on a movable platform that transports it to the area where it carries out tasks.
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TESCO has revealed that it is testing a delivery robot, as it detailed a raft of new ideas for the supermarket's future development.
While the design is likely to evolve, Hurst doesn't see a need to give Ford's delivery robot a head.
They included Kiwi Campus's food delivery robot, Kiwibot; Sentronic International Limited's real-time parking information app, PickPark; Kalon Couture's 3D body scan mobile application for e-consumers; HOMEY's augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) platform for instant interior designs; Sweet Stories' French cuisine designed specifically for the elderly and hospital patients; and Recruit AI Studio's artificial intelligence (AI) and big data technologies for recruitment.
San Diego-based Brain Corp has announced a proof-of-concept, in-store, autonomous delivery robot.
His agency recently worked on designing a new delivery robot for Postmates-a four-wheeled, bucket-shaped object with a cute, if abstract, face; rounded edges; and lights that indicate which way it's going to turn.
For delivery, Amazon has long been talking about drones and the company has just begun testing a delivery robot, Amazon Scout, in Seattle.
A delivery robot will need both sophisticated autonomy and a focused mission to stand out from the pack, says Saumil Nanavati, head of business development for Robby Technology.
Six states in the US have approved the delivery robot for use, and Starship is trialling in cities including Palo Alto, San Jose and Redwood City.
The hotel also has AURA (Autonomous Service Delivery Robot) which works in room service and delivers bottled water, towels, toiletries and amenities.